Samsung Level Over Review [Video]

by: Kristofer WoukAugust 23, 2014

Name a consumer electronic product with a screen, and chances are fairly good that Samsung makes one. Actually, chances are even better that Samsung makes several. Keeping this in mind, it’s somewhat surprising that, outside of the earbuds they pack in with their phones and tablets, the company hasn’t taken a stab at the audio market until now. Now that they have, the company seems to mean business: the new Level line includes earbuds, on-ear headphones, over-ear headphones, and a Bluetooth speaker.

The top of the line of these products, at least when it comes to headphones, are the Samsung Level Over. They’re big, wireless, and styled in a way that should be instantly recognizable to anyone who has ever used a Samsung phone. They also happen to cost $349. With such a heavy price tag, do these headphones have what it takes to justify the cost?

For the full review, check out the video above or head over to Sound Guys for the written review.

Which of Samsung’s Level brand of audio products are you the most interested in?

  • Brandon Power

    If I can get these for $270, is it worth it?

    • patrik


      • Brandon Power

        Do you think its still worth it if I can get the Beats Studio Wireless ($380) for $170

        • Jayfeather787


        • Edge of Surreality

          Yes. Beats are all hype and status…sound repro horrible and cheaply made.

    • krym73

      They’re on special right now at BestBuy, i believe $279.99.

      • Jed_Blore

        Samsung level over @ 279.99 at Best Buy?

      • Edge of Surreality

        Grab em. B4 price goes back up….This is an incredible deal!!!

    • Jed_Blore

      Where can you get these for 270?

      • Brandon Power

        Employee Discount

    • Edge of Surreality

      YES, just make sure its the real thing…

  • I’ve read the 9 Amazon reviews from the link to the Amazon page in the story and they all are very positive. Funny thing is I read about these headphones in a couple articles on Droid-Life and there was no mention of the touch pad controls on the ear, seems like a very cool feature and should’ve been mentioned in every article about these headphones. I’ve figured that I have to buy about 3 pair of the $40 Monster in-ear buds a year (one ear always shorts out) so I might as well invest that money in some high quality headphones. I was thinking Beats by Dre (or Apple) but the added touch control on these and the positive reviews I’ve read have me leaning more towards these. I will do further research before making my decision.

  • Alex James Simon

    Tried these on at Bestbuy with my Galaxy S5 running “Noozxoide EIZO rewire Pro” in the background, they sounded really good. If they were less expensive I would definitely get them as my portable pair of headphones, I use my other headphones, the Sennheiser HD558, which aren’t portable, with my amp only.

  • Airyl

    They sound good, but I’m sticking to my SuperLux HD681 EVOs for now.

  • Brian Dong Min Kim


  • caseyhg

    If Yall wanted to, head over to outdoor tech. They have had this style for years from the touch control to the Bluetooth tech. Best part is they’re usually about 80 bucks. Look for the privates.

  • mrjayviper

    much better cans out there at this price range. beyer, audio technica and others